Bihar Elections 2015 Updates: SP (Samajwadi Party) to contest Bihar Election 2015 on its Own
Mulayam Singh Yadav headed, Samajwadi Party (SP) is out of Janta Parivar (RJD-JDU-Congress Alliance) to stand all alone in Bihar Elections 2015.
Bihar Elections 2015 News: SP quits Janta Parivaar
SP has decided to leave the alliance of JDU-RJD and Congress after the low number of seats allotted to Samajwadi party in Bihar Legislative Assembly Elections 2015.
Janta Parivaar decided to grant 5 Seats to SP for Contesting the Elections which didn’t go well with SP and hence Mulayam Singh’s Party decided to go all alone in Bihar Elections 2015.
SP Leaves Bihar Alliance of RJD-JDU-Congress
SP secretary, Ramgopal Yadav said that RJD-JDU have insulted by giving 2-5 seats to SP for contesting the elections in Bihar and thus SP has decided to contest the elections on its own. Last time SP had candidates on more than 100 seats but couldn’t win any.
Mulayam Singh was vital part of the alliance to tussle with Narendra Modi as his party, SP has government in Uttar Pradesh and his act of leaving the alliance has devastated the plans of Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav.
Lalu Prasad Yadav and Sharad Yadav meeting with SP Supremo, Mulayam Singh Yadav
RJD Leader, Lalu Prasad and JDU president, Sharad Yadav met Mulayam but the meeting didn’t change the SP’s act though Lalu Prasad is still hopeful that things would be fine again and SP would be back to the Bihar alliance.